If you confess with your mouth that Jesus is Lord and believe in your heart that God raised him from the dead, you will be saved. Romans 10:9
For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him should not perish but have everlasting life. John 3:16

Wednesday, June 24, 2020

Wednesday Hodgepodge



1. This time last year where were you?
June 24, 2019 according to my pictures, I was walking around the pond behind our doctor's office.  Evidently hubby had an early morning appointment and I rode with him and took a walk.





2. In honor of National Pink Day (June 23rd) tell us your favorite pink food or beverage. Was it on the menu at your house yesterday? Do you like to wear the color pink? If we came to visit would we find this color in your home decor? Blush-fuschia-salmon-raspberry-your favorite shade of pink?
Favorite pink beverage - Pink Lemonade of course.  No, I did not have any yesterday.  Yes, I like to wear pink in any shade.  My kitchen counters are kind of a pink and gray mix.  Of what you listed, it would be fuchsia.

3. Stop and smell the roses, looking through rose colored glasses, a rose by any other name, not all moonlight and roses, no rose without a thorn...which rosy saying currently fits your life in some way? Explain.
Stop and smell the roses, because I'm trying more and more to look for things to be thankful for and to be aware of what God has done for me.

4. Are you a 'reader'? Do you tend to read lighter books in the summer months? Do you have a summer reading list? If so, give us a title or two.
I am a reader and summer or winter I love to read.  Probably in the summer I love to read books that take place around the ocean, so if you consider that lighter books, then yes I guess i do.  I do not have a summer reading list, I just read whatever I run across that sounds good.

5. Share with us one rose and one thorn from your weekend.
I got to visit with my sister this weekend is the rose and the thorn is that they are mostly still on lockdown and she can't go out at all.

6. Insert your own random thought here.
Started and online Summer Bible Study with Kelly Minter on Nehemiah this week.  



16 comments:

  1. I did the Nehemiah study a few years back and enjoyed it. It is challenging to stay positive in this season but I’m trying too. Gratitude for things large and small helps.

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  2. I love to read books that take place at the beach or cute little mysteries for summer reads. Hope you have a great day! :)

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  3. A good beach-oriented novel...yeah, I could do that...

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  4. Our Women's Bible study was going to be on Nehemiah, but then Covid happened. I started an in depth study of the Bible on line so it keeps me busy. I really like your background!

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    1. Our group was doing Finding God Faithful by Kelly Minter when Covid happened. Planning to finish it this fall.

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  5. How fitting to this post that your blog background has pink roses, so pretty! That should be a great bible study. We heard a series preached on Nehemiah some years back and it was so good. Have a great week :)

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    1. I know I really enjoy reading Nehemiah.

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  6. Oh, I love Kelly Minter! Personality plus! I'd not heard of her until our Bible study gals started watching her All Things New study on Corinthians 2. Beautiful photos … there's something so calming about being near the water.

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  7. Kelly Minter sounds familiar. Wish I could think why. I love your pink roses on your sidebars.

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  8. I like a good beach themed novel...it's like a vacation when I'm not on one.

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  9. We all need to do what you mentioned in #3. It's important to count our blessings, especially in a time of crisis and uncertainty.

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  10. OH - I cant wait to hear what you think of that study!

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  11. Lovely photos. I think you have had the most positive pink answers so far. Way to go on taking the time to smell the roses. It's so sad that the people who are pretty much living in one room can't leave them. Fresh air would do them some good.

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Cathy